Supreme Court rejects Ruto petition to expunge affidavit on hacking logs
The Supreme Court has tossed out an application by President-elect William Ruto testing the utilization of a sworn statement recorded by John Githongo.
Githongo, in his sworn statement, had guaranteed Dennis Itumbi, Ruto’s advanced tactician, hacked the IEBC entryway.
Githongo recorded his sworn statement on Monday on the side of Raila Odinga’s official request in which he guarantees Itumbi hacked the entryway and changed Forms 34A for Ruto.
“Unique Forms 34As erased and counterfeit ones with adjusted figures transferred,” Githongo said.
Itumbi has since excused the charges.
Ruto believed the Supreme Court should strike out the sworn statements on grounds that they are unacceptable as they contain prattle material.
In any case, the Supreme Court Judges said striking them out would be untimely.
“It is just legitimate that the court be permitted to think about the entirety of the proof before it and as directed by the guidelines of proof have the option to recognize the worth and limit of proof of each party,” they dominated.
Ruto had likewise looked to have specific sections in the Raila request canceled however the equivalent was refused for neglecting to convince the court.